...... we've got issues in several areas of this team. One of which, is the offensive line. We've had this issue since the beginning, and it doesn't appear to be getting any better. I'd like to take this thread, and go through a few of the bad OL play. In an effort to keep this thread clean..... and of interest to everyone, let's please refrain from mentioning any player that is not on the OL. TEs are fair game since a lot of their job is blocking. There are two plays in particular that I'd like to talk about. 1) One of the two sacks in the second Qtr. the defender came up the middle of the line, and got to our QB. We looked to have a numbers advantage on the left side, with Owen, Salaam, & Pitts in to block.... and only one defender to account for. But as soon as the ball snapped, we were outnumbered three to one, as Owen & Pitts blocked(they really tackled him) Salaam, allowing Richard Seymour(I'm pretty sure) an unempeded path into our backfield. 2) Still in the second Qtr..... I formation, Twins formation to the right. At the snap, the fullback runs out into the field off the weakside. Dayne comes up and gets a good block on the rushing Linebacker.... You can see Pitts & Hogdon leak out to block(It's a screen). Dayne comes off his Block.... catches the ball, then runs upfield. By the time you see Pitts again, he is laying on the ground, after trying to cut block a LB in the open field....... You see Hogdon in front of Dayne, and he tries to put a block on said linebacker..... Hogdon actually prevents the LB from making the play..... but the Lineman trailing Hogdon from the LOS has caught Dayne from behind, as the safety comes down to hit Dayne. on play #1..... I know I can't prove it, but it looks like two people on our team conspired against the good will of the team....... I've suspected Pitts of this for some time, and wonder why he is still starting. on play #2.... why would our 6'5" lineman be trying to cutblock a LB in the open field... Usually, it's the LB at an obvious size/power disadvantage who tries to cutblock the bigger, stronger lineman. But I believe Pitts wiffed on that play as well........ a strong accusation, but if you have the ability to go back and look, it will be plain as day. I understand he has been a big part of us running so well off the right side(when we pull him)......... but the plays I've mentioned aren't the only ones I've seen this year, where Pitts is not playing his best, & he looks like he is missing blocks on purpose.